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Mar 5, 2012 7:00pm PST
is strongest near indiana and kentucky borders and southeast near his home state of pennsylvania. he's ineligible for 18 because of filing problems. he's running strong in tennessee and heavily favored in oklahoma and slams romney as someone that pretends to be conservative. >> one of the biggest things in this campaign is trust. >> reporter: begin grith has ignored ohio to focus on georgia. he hopes to force himself back to headlines and contention. >> i will challenge the other contestants to join me in mississippi or alabama for a debate next week. i don't think romney can hide behind millions of dollars of paid ads. >> caucuses are open to any voter. paul was the only to visit alaska and today made stops at idaho. >> the ohio secretary of state doesn't like to predict turnout. tonight tv sets are filled with attack ads and ads and telephones ringing off the hook from all candidates. fox news. >>> investors fled today in the second day of trading. it fell nearly 15% to under $21 a share. when the debut aired friday, it shot higher from the initial price of 15 adollars a share.
Mar 2, 2012 7:00pm PST
. >> scenes like this in henryville, indiana blanket parts of the country's midsection. dozens of them going through communities, leveling homes, schools, anything in their paths. at times there were more than 20 active tornado warnings across multiple states. >> it is just nuts right here. people's lives are in danger here with the rotating storms and tornadoes coming down. >> reporter: the fury unleashed early. starting in alabama. ripping off roofs and snapping power lines. as the day rolled on so did the storms, gaining in intensity. from indiana to kentucky and ohio, watches turned to warnings and people took cover. storms brought heavy rain, golf ball sized hail and winds. there are multiple reports of twisters touching down and extensive damage. >> this is an enormous outbreak in kentucky and across the midsouth. >> reporter: hamilton county, tennessee, dozens of injuries are reported. the storms sheered trees and ripped through buildings. one man returned to find his home of 30 years reduced to a pile of rubble. >> this is real life stuff here. >> reporter: now it is a race to
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